World Sleep Day is being celebrated today which aims to highlight better prevention and management of sleep disorders. As we know sleep plays an essential part in maintaining one’s overall health. It was first observed in 2008. At the time of its
Research shows before colour television was introduced, only 15 percent of people dreamt in colour. Older people dream in black and white more often than younger people. Not only this, the sensation of falling when half asleep and jerking yourself
LONDON: A new study has stated that a lack of sleep can have adverse effects on your body such as negative changes in metabolism. Researchers say that lack of sleep leads to weight gain and an increase in body mass index.